Executives say they're happier advertising with YouTube and Twitter than they are with Facebook.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, Paul Sloan of CNET and Andrea Smith of Living in Digital Times discuss what the giant's wrist device might look like.
Google is starting to expand production of its experimental wearable technology, Glass, releasing tens of thousands more units in the coming months.
A look at Google's Nexus 5 and the LG G Flex. Are these new phones examples of Apple falling behind in the innovation race for handsets?
After the open-source software boom of the 1990s, hardware firms are now embracing technology without patents and open to the public.
Coined as the world's first "intelligent" camera, the Autographer captures an array of your favorite moments on the go.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin weighs in on Twitter's IPO and what we can expect in terms of its price tag.
Icahn launches website to push for Apple changes, particularly as it relates to the company's $150 billion pile of cash.
CNBC's Josh Lipton talks to Jill Duffy, PCMag.com, about Apple's decision to give its software away for free and how it's likely to impact Microsoft.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Chris Downie of SparkPeople discuss a new fitness gadget that sparks up your daily fitness routine.
The NYSE and Nasdaq has assured Alibaba that the partnership structure for its expected share offering will be permitted. The Financial Times reports.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Engadget's managing editor, Dana Wollman, discuss new tablets from Microsoft and Nokia.
Japan telecoms group SoftBank has added to its growing stable of U.S. businesses by agreeing to pay $1.26bn for a majority stake in Brightstar.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at the coming week in technology, with Jonathan Heit, Allison+Partners. Among next week's events, an Apple launch, and earnings from Netflix, AT&T, Amazon and Microsoft.
Facebook is looking at relaxing its privacy rules so younger users can participate on the site, with Ellis Hamburger, The Verge.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at why Twitter picked the NYSE for its listing and whether now is a good time for the company to go public, with Bruno Del Ama, Global X Funds.
BlackBerry released a letter today to assure customers it has enough cash to sustain itself, with Brian Blair, Wedge Partners principal.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin examines Netflix's talks with various cable providers.
Stock traders are turning to Twitter's daily stream of rumors and gossip to find the market-moving chatter they once heard in bars or the elevator.
One company is helping players get their video game fix on-the-go ... in style!
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